Wanamingo – another well-attended RUS EIS meeting

Filed under:RUS EIS — posted by admin on June 17, 2009 @ 8:12 pm

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There’s “larger than life” Joyce Osborn, United Citizens Action Network, at the Wanamingo meeting tonight, where RUS was holding an open house to gather public comments for their Environmental Impact Statement.  Oh, nevermind, it’s a MINATURE turbine…

Tonight, there were about 200 people — Stephanie Strength said that last night’s crowd in Plainview was MORE than 200!  It was a good gathering and I got to meet a lot of people I’ve been corresponding with but never met, and Joyce and Judy from U-CAN (United Citizens Action Network) were there and I overheard someone telling Joyce how much she’d appreciated her comments at the Cannon Falls PUC Public Hearing, that she really went at it and said what needed to be said!  That kind of statement makes this battle a lot easier!

If you want to be added to my email notice list, drop me a line — you know how to find me!!!

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Here are some suggestions for Comments – feel free to use them, expand on them, apply them to your situation (I cannot get links to work in this doc, so you’ll probably have to cut and paste them into browser):

Comment Suggestions – Scope EIS

And here’s a perennial favorite that I can’t ever print enough of:

Buy the Farm – Minn. Stat. 216E.12

Here are the primary documents to use for Commenting on the EIS:

Federal Register Notice of Intent to Prepare an EIS

Alternative Evaluation Study (it’s BIG)

Macro Corridor Study (it’s BEYOND BIG)

Broken down Macro Corridor Study:

Chapters 1-4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6-7

Appendices

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